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Archives for November 18, 2019

The Editor speaks: Men’s Day – are you laughing?

Did you know that Tuesday November 19th is International Men’s Day? I didn’t? I haven’t received a Press Release from one of our government ministers applauding the day, unlike the female version. Yes men. It is us that have become second class. And we allowed it to happen. Actually, government (GIS) did arrange two activities […]

Cayman: A year of lifestyle changes leads to a half marathon

2019 has been a year of lifestyle changes and interruptions for Hurley’s Media radio personality Taylor Vaughn. She was made redundant from a job she loved; she lost a pet she adored for over 13 years; and ended a relationship she thought was going to last forever. She’s also shed the equivalent of a whole […]

Cayman: ’Tis the season for giving back with the Camana Bay Christmas Give

This year’s Christmas Give initiative will benefit Cayman Food Bank. Last Saturday saw thousands turn out to watch the beloved tradition of Camana Bay’s annual Tree Lighting. As Santa pushed the lever to “on” and the town lit up into a Christmas wonderland, Saint Nick also officially kicked off a busy calendar of holiday events […]

A Summary of Colours Cayman’s meeting with The Governor of the Cayman Islands, following the Court of Appeal’s ruling on same-sex marriage

From Colours Cayman GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS, 18 November 2019:On 13 November 2019, Billie Bryan, founder and president of Colours Cayman, and Dr Leonardo Raznovich, English Barrister—to whom our organisation has instructed in the past and who has assisted us, pro bono, in numerous matters before the EU and UK Government in London—met with the Governor of the […]

Cayman: National Gallery calling all Gala volunteers!

National Gallery of the Cayman Islands

Made in Cuba events

Made in Cuba events and dinner hosted by the king and queen of Spain By Yoel Rodriguez Tejeda From On Cuba News The project led by two young Cuban entrepreneurs took on its most important work to date: the organization of the dinner hosted by the king and queen of Spain in Havana. The Palace […]

Cleveland Clinic Survey: Men will do almost anything to avoid going to the doctor

MENtion It® campaign examines barriers that stop men from seeking care A new survey by Cleveland Clinic reveals why a lot of men avoid going to the doctor and why some men hold back on certain issues once they’re at the doctor’s office. In an online survey among approximately 1,174 U.S. males 18 years or […]

Cayman: Walkers admits new Caymanian attorney

Grand Cayman, 15 November 2019  Walkers is pleased to announce that Zoë Nolan has completed her legal training and was called to the Cayman Islands Bar on 13 November 2019. The application was moved by Walkers’ Partner Colette Wilkins before the Hon. Justice Kawaley, at the Grand Court in the Cayman Islands. Zoë grew up […]

The Premier League’s biggest stories so far

The Premier League season is already a quarter of the way through and plenty of big stories have begun to play out. From controversial decisions to spectacular results, English football’s top-flight never fails to provide entertainment and excitement. As the title race looks likely to feature a single runner and a host of clubs clambering […]

Report: Hurricane Dorian inflicted $3.4B losses on Bahamas

By Danica Coto, Associated Press From Detroit News San Juan, Puerto Rico – Hurricane Dorian inflicted losses of about $3.4 billion on the Bahamas, an amount equal to one-quarter of the Caribbean archipelago’s GDP, according to a report released Friday. The report by the Inter-American Development Bank also said there were 67 confirmed deaths and that […]